This day in history: South Africa's 1st multi-racial elections start

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Source: UGCREAD ALSO: Mixed reactions as pastor locks lips with church member during deliverance Historically, the ANC won the elections and Nelson Mandela became the first democratic president of the Republic of South Africa.

It has been 25 years since the historic start of the first democratic elections and the ANC is still in power. However, many have claimed that the ruling party failed to create a better future for its people and faces serious competition from the EFF, which is led by Julius Malema.

Yet, despite believes that the ANC failed to deliver, many still stand by party.

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